Summary: This a great cycling GPS unit for the casual biker, like myself.It is easy to use and setup. The constant scrolling ride stats are nice. It does not give turn by turn instructions unless I am missing something. It is a nice device at a nice price.
I works just fine but takes longer than the Garmin GPS for my ...
9 October 2014
Summary: I works just fine but takes longer than the Garmin GPS for my car (550 nuvi, if I recall) to lock in on satellites at the top of my driveway before I start my ride. I wish the contrast was greater as it's bit hard to read with sunglasses on. The battery longevity seems good so far.
Summary: This works exactly how I wanted. I almost opted for the more expensive one after reading some people's reviews. People were saying things such as it skips zig zags, but for me, that's just not the case. I ride road and some gravel trails on a cyclocross bike.
Summary: this is a garmin and it acts like the cheaper models,you have to use the buttons on side, you cannot do it by riding you have to stop and check it and it takes its time getting to the gps mode and the secure way to lock it on the groove well I was riding and it just fell off I spent one hour looking...
Summary: I really like this little GPS! This thing has worked great for me! I love being able to upload my route and view it after a ride. If you are going to get a traditional computer for your bike that has magnets to mount to the spokes and calibrate, save a little more money and buy this thing.
Summary: Pros; Unit and software are easy to use. The Edge's cradle mounts to your handlebar or stem with two rubber o-rings (2 small, 2 medium, and 2 large o-rings and two cradles are included). The bicycle computer is easy to program. I has four soft touch buttons, two on each side.
Summary: I love this GPS unit. Easy to use and setup. It came with 2 bike mounts so I can mount it on my road bike and my comfort bike. It is also extremely accurate. I just rode 44 miles today and worked perfectly the whole time.
Summary: I was looking for a replacement for a broken Cateye computer, and realized for not much more I could get this unit instead and stop using my cell phone for Strava recording. However, on my first ride I realized it was missing a fairly critical feature for me: a clock!
Summary: I've owned this model for a few months. Previously I used Cat Eye's wired bike computer. I looked at some wireless models but my search ended when I found this. It's a very good entry level GPS enabled bike computer. It was a definite upgrade from my previous wired computer.
Does the job better and more accurately than a Magnet Bike Computer
David Adler "mdriftda", Amazon
3 April 2014
Summary: Because the Garmin Edge 200 is so simple, you dont need to charge it very often. It can remember your last 100 trips, display your speed and distance, and time traveled. It can also be uploaded to the computer using Garmin Connect so you can track and share your rides.